More LNG activity

As LNG occupies a greater portion of the gas supply flow to US markets, more details are emerging of what it costs to install, improve, or expand facilities. Here are a couple of examples filed with the FERC in the 12 months before June 30, 2002.Lake Charles expansionsAt the Lake Charles, La., LNG terminal operated by CMS Trunkline LNG Co. LLC, the company expanded the sendout capacity to the newly built gas processing plant, immediately downstream of the terminal.To meet target volumes, the company reconfigured existing facilities, specifically bypassing a recondenser and modifying vaporizing equipment. Cost estimates and actual costs, filed in late 2001, are shown below in the table on ...

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